The Intel 32-bit Microprocessors: 80386, 80486, and Pentium Microprocessors

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Prentice Hall, 1995 - Computers - 801 pages
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Coverage first concentrates on real-mode assembly language programming compatible with all versions of the Intel microprocessor family, and compares and contrasts advanced family member with the foundational 8086/8088. This building block presentation is effective because the Intel family units are so similar that learning advanced versions is easy once the basics are understood.

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Contents

THE MICROPROCESSOR AND ITS ARCHITECTURE
38
ADDRESSING MODES
59
DATA MOVEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
91
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Barry Brey is one of America's Premier authors whose many books on microprocessors and assembly language, based on his actual teaching experience, have helped educate hundreds of thousands of students and readers throughout North America and the world.

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